NLP’s advice cited in USA Today article on election disinformation

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Jessica Guynn, a senior technology writer at USA Today, includes advice from the News Literacy Project in her Dec. 12 article, “Facebook disinformation in the 2020 presidential election: What you can do to stop its spread”: When you’re checking your social media feeds, watch out for manipulated and fabricated images and videos, and give political endorsements (which are easily faked by disinformation peddlers) a second look before “liking” or sharing.

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